Dirty Banana Cocktail

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Lynda Hayes

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Back in the 70's everyone played cards on Saturday night I was growing up and there was always great drinks to go along with the card game. This is one of them. My mom used to make it (40 yrs ago) and now I do. I don't know what they called it, but it's sweet, smooth, creamy and delicious! Be careful... you'll want to drink it all in one sip!

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Rating:

★★★★★ 9 votes

Comments:
Serves:
2
Prep:
5 Min
Method:
Blend

Ingredients

  • 7 large
    ice cubes
  • 4
    scoops vanilla ice cream
  • 1 oz
    creme de cacao 42 proof
  • 1 oz
    creme de banana 50 proof
  • 1 oz
    kahlua 53 proof

How to Make Dirty Banana Cocktail

Step-by-Step

  1. In a blender add ice cubes and ice cream and blend. Add liquers and blend until combined. Serve in martini glasses.

    Top with some whipped cream and sliced banana.

    Becareful! This one will sneak up on you!

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